Santa Ana, California Speed Traps

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Euclid Street near McFadden Avenue

Santa Ana, CaliforniaOct 30, 20070 Comments

Southbound Euclid Ave., far side of McFadden Ave., first driveway on the right, entrance to Catholic Church.
Motor officer watching for speeders as well as motorists using the right turn (curb) lane to continue straight south on Euclid, bypassing traffic backups in the morning.

main street Street near US Highway 5frwy and main street. south of 17th st.

Santa Ana, CaliforniaOct 01, 20070 Comments

when you get off the 5fwy its 30mph then after 17th st. it turns into 35mph. And it use to be 35 the hole way down main st.

Lilac Street near Harbor Boulevard

Santa Ana, CaliforniaAug 31, 20071 Comments

Eastbound Lilac just West of Harbor Blvd, there is an officer sitting just beyond the brick wall that enters the apartments on the North side, near the stop sign. He pulled me over twice and ticketed me once for going 35mph in a 25mph zone. This is a cut through street to go from Edinger to Harbor and is never busy anytime of day. The posted speed limit is totally ridiculous and should be at least 35 pmh. Both times I was pulled over, it was at months end – go figure!

State Highway 5 Fwy near Euclid Street

Santa Ana, CaliforniaAug 27, 20070 Comments

I got two speeding tickets going South on the 5 Fwy and Euclid Ave in 3 years. I try to avoid the freeway or go below 80mph. Driver’s beware.

Grand Avenue near McFadden Street

Santa Ana, CaliforniaJul 16, 20070 Comments

Near the High School on Grand Ave (between McFadden & Edinger) there is a motorcycle cop looking for speeders. He hides on the side street (on the right hand side) right after the crossing/light to the high school.

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